coo***anThe museum has a large collection of artworks from Hasior. Though I didn''t heard of him, I was astonished at the moment when entering the museum. The style of art was extremely strange and yet fascinating. The ideas behind each artwork could have multiple interpretation as there was no description of them except the titles. It may only take less than an hour to go through all the collections but definitely worth visiting.
coo***anAmazing views! Path up is not that easy as to Morskie Oko. It goes through rocks and stones. But it''s possible to climb it. The path is only one for up and down going people, so it may get kind of crowded. And you need to wear comfortable shoes for this climb. But the view from there is fantastic. You can see Morskie Oko from up. The Black Pond is magnificent as well. It connects to Morskie Oko by waterfall.
Emmm_ptyEvery building on the roadside is a place worth seeing. The buildings here still retain some of the characteristics of medieval Europe, making people feel very fashionable and classic, and the environment is quite good.
TodemmyTatra Mountains, also called High Tatras, Slovak Vysoké Tatry, Polish Tatry Wysokie, highest range of the Central Carpathians. The mountains rise steeply from a high plateau and extend for approximately 40 miles (64 km) along the Slovakian-Polish frontier, varying in width from 9 to 15 miles (14 to 24 km). About 300 peaks are identified by name and elevation, the highest being Gerlachovský (or Gerlach) Peak.Although it has no glaciers or permanent snowfields, the range otherwise resembles the Alps.
Apr 16, 2021 Tatra County Weather:Mostly Cloudy, Northeasterly Wind:0-10 kph, Humidity:100%, Sunrise/Sunset:05:48/19:34
Tatra County Running:Not Recommended, Cycling:Not Recommended
In Zakopane, a small town in southern Poland, we met a group of primary and secondary school students wearing traditional costumes on the way to dinner. It was the anniversary of the local art activity center, and their teachers enthusiastically let the students play for us. One song, the students also took a photo with us very enthusiastically.
Poland is a sad story of World War II in many people's minds, but in fact it has become a fast-growing economy and has many beautiful scenery. This time we came to the small town of Zakopane in southern Poland, in Tate. On the plateau of Lashan, it is the most famous resort and ski resort in Poland. Zakopane is a small town surrounded by mountains. The buildings are mainly made of wood. It has a fairytale atmosphere. It is enough to use 24-105mm f/4 lens when sweeping the street. It can capture more street scenes. You can take a long shot and capture the details in the distance. Come to Zakopane to eat: sheep cheese
Tatra and the residents of the Poha Heights kitchen
Zacapane is located in the southernmost part of Poland and borders Slovakia. From the Polish cultural town of Krakow, on the way through the rolling hills, all the way to the autumn harvest field. About 2 hours drive to the town near Zakapane.
Zakapane has a world heritage, why say one instead of one, because this world heritage is "the wooden church of Zakapane", and in the mountains of Zakapane, There are a lot of such wooden churches: the shape is exquisite, the age is long, and the preservation is good. Most of these wooden churches have a history of more than 500 years and even more than 800 years. Because it is deep in the mountains, the climate is relatively dry and can be handed down. One of the most important reasons for becoming a World Heritage Site is that these wooden churches carry and showcase the most traditional architectural and artistic expressions of the region, and are very precious.
The sun shines inside and outside the church, holy and elegant. The interior of this church is more quaint and is said to have been more than 800 years old and is one of the most famous wooden churches in the region. The murals are carefully preserved and the flash cannot be used indoors. The fresh woody scent is quiet, but here is a place to talk to yourself.
Dinner is held in a historic restaurant on the pedestrian street in the town centre of Zakapana. The mountainous area is rich in all kinds of plums. Here you can drink the most traditional Zappapani homemade wine. Of course, I can't miss the good cups. The plums are sweet and sweet, and the appetizers in the pre-meal appetizers are greasy. Because of the pure mountain meltwater and groundwater, Zakapane also produces excellent local beer, recommended for tasting.